SALLY AND JOHATSTNA 58l by its intense blackness, the red reflection of other Chim- panzees not being visible; also by the bald head, whence of course the name. The nostrils of this Ape, as of Johanna, were somewhat expanded, and thus present a certain likeness to the Gorilla. But there can be no suggestion that A. calvus is the product of a union between the two African Anthropoids. As Is FlQ. 278.—Young Orang-TJtan. Simia Jtatyrus. Zeitschrift fUr Mihnologie (Anthropolog* GeseUschaft), Bd. viii, (From Wiedersheim's Structure of Man.) the case with Johanna, Sally was given and enjoyed animal food on occasions. It Is a curious fact that both Sally and Johanna appear to have been colour-blind. The Orang Utan, genus Simla,, has but one definable species, viz. /SL sadyrus. The supposed species of Owen, & morio, cannot be satisfactorily defined. Plenty of other specific names have also been given to what Is in all probability but a single species of large Anthropoid Ape Inhabiting the islands of Borneo and Sumatra.